A very special and beautifully situated property approx. 14 acre country property with four bedroom chalet style house within a walled garden, outbuildings, extensive and well-stocked grounds and outriding in nearby Brechfa Forest
The walled garden at Glangwilli Lodges dates from the 18th / Early 19th Century and was originally the fruit and vegetable garden for the neighbouring Glangwilli Mansion. The current property was built in 2002/3 within the walled garden. Around the property have been planted over 800 trees and shrubs with diverse collections of Japanese Maple, Oak, Conifer and Magnolia, along with fruit trees and other trees. The gardens are currently opened annually for the NGS and are largely self-sufficient with fruit and vegetables. Trees on the Estate are propagated for replacements and used for timber for building and fuel. Most of the plant collections are propagated to sustain the gardens and the vendors have been working to increase the diversity of planting in the wildlife areas, which now have large numbers of birds, mammals insects, reptiles and amphibians. The vendors also utilise part of the main barn as an open loose box for their horse and have enjoyed beautiful outriding in nearby Brechfa Forest over the past nineteen years.
Situated to the north of Carmarthen, the property enjoys a lovely rural location with superb views and low light pollution, which is excellent for astronomy.
£700,000 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN6515
A chalet style house built in 2002/3 with oil-fired central heating, full double glazing and two wood-burning stoves. There is the following accommodation, please refer to the floorplan for approx. room sizes:
Boot Room with front and rear doors, Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, steps to Workshop
Boiler Room radiator, oil-fired boiler, tiled floor
Cloakroom wash hand basin, WC, radiator, UV filter for water
Kitchen / Living Room window with lovely view, a range of oak fronted wall and base units, attractive island unit with oak worksurface, 1 ½ bowl sink drainer with mixer tap, radiator, tiled floor, double doors to:
Conservatory double doors to outside, tiled floor, radiator, lovely views over gardens and grounds
Inner Hall turned stairs to first floor, with Store/Pantry beneath
Shower Room large shower cubicle, wash hand basin in vanity, WC, window, part tiled walls, extractor
Bedroom Four / Office window, shelving, laminate flooring, radiator
Bedroom radiator, window
Sitting Room with high pitched ceiling, three windows with superb valley views, double doors to patio, wood-burning stove (11kw) stone fireplace, exposed ceiling timbers
Sun Room with two sets of double doors to outside, solid stone flooring, part exposed stone walling
Bedroom Two end window, store cupboards
Ensuite Bathroom bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin, WC, radiator
Bedroom One Velux balcony window, radiator, window, store cupboards
Ensuite Shower Room shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC
Off the Boot Room steps lead up to a Workshop 28’4 x 12’ (about 8.6m x 3.6m) with light and power, door to Lean-to Workshop 53’ x 10’ (about 16.2m x 3m) plus Store Area 32’ x 14’6 (about 10m x 4.4m) with steps down to Pool Filter Room and Root Cellar utilised for storage of fruit, vegetables and preserves. Follows through to a Further Outside Pole Barn Store 24’ x 14’6 (about 7.3m x 4.5m)
Pool Complex 77’ x 20’ (about 23.5m x 6.1m) overall with windows throughout and double doors to outside, comprising:
Swimming Pool 57’ x 20’ overall area (about 17.4m x 6.1m) with 40’ x 14’ x 7’6 deep (about 12.2m x 4.3m x 2.3m deep) hopper type pool.
Hot Tub / Changing Area 20’ x 14’ (about 6.1m x 4.3m) with Hot Tub and Enclosed Changing Area with shower, wash hand basin and WC
£700,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN6515
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
A double gated access leads into the property’s own private driveway, leading on down to a circular turning area, off which lie the main outbuildings.
Off the top of the driveway there is an attractive coppice area with woodland walks and stream, and further down is a Fruit Orchard, Fruit Enclosure, a Polytunnel 42’ x 20’ (about 12.9m x 6.1m) with power, water and overhead watering system. Enclosed Chicken Area.
Off the arrival yard there is a:
Triple Garage c. 30’10 x 17’6 (about 9.3m x 5.3m) with light, power and separate pedestrian door.
Multi-Purpose Barn / Workshop 46’ x 43’9 (about 13.8m x 13.5m) with light, power and water. Integral Store Room with light and power and Open End Loose Box / Field Shelter adjoining.
The Front Field with water supply, comprises gently sloping pastureland off which there is a walkway to one side with an attractive collection of Oak Trees including a King Oak, and a Wildlife Pond, as well as numerous other trees including Apple, Maple and Rhododendron bushes.
There is a Nursery Growing Area with a trackway leading down to the Lower Field. This field consists of mainly very gently sloping pasture, with long river frontage to the far end and a woodland walk with a hedge tunnel back up to the front coppice area with bluebells and natural water from the adjoining stream. Within this field is a Stone Field Shelter with power, light and water (former Cow Byre) 26’10 x 15’7 (about 8.2m x 4.7m)
There are Two Banks of ground mounted Solar Panels owned by the property providing a useful income.
Within the Walled Garden itself, the vendors have created beautiful gardens and grounds which are extremely well-stocked with numerous trees, shrubs and flowers, as well as a Pergola and Raised Pond with Rockery. There is a superb Maple collection. The gardens are opened, by the vendors in the summer via the National Gardens Scheme.
Within the grounds there is a 2500 litre oil storage tank.
At the far ends of the grounds, there is a Log Cabin with covered area including a living area, mezzanine, kitchenette, shower room with WC, with electricity connected. This building has been utilised for ancillary accommodation by the vendors.
A further Timber Chalet (in dilapidated condition) within the original walled gardens may offer scope for conversion to further accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permissions being obtained.
IN ALL APPROX. 14 ACRES
(About 5.7 Hectares)
£700,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN6515
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